NFT Explosion: Cardano Foundation Reveals How Far Crypto Has Come

Cardano Foundation reveals something really important about the NFT craze. Check out the tweet that they shared on their social media account.

ON the official website, the notes reveal that “Consensus by CoinDesk May 24-27, 2021 unites professionals across the globe for an immersive virtual experience aimed at exploring the evolution of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology.”

According to the same notes on the event’s site, “As CoinDesk’s largest event of the year, this four-day experience will bring together more than 10,000 attendees across a variety of educational panels, workshops, keynotes, fire-side chats, networking experiences and more for an up-close look at the good, the bad, the ups, the downs, the excesses and the optimism of crypto.”

Cardano ecosystem expects parabolic gains

The online publication the Daily Hodl notes that the crypto trader and influencer Elliot Wainman says Cardano (ADA) could be going through a rapid evolution.

The thing is that this could unleash huge gains for early investors in the ecosystem.

Wainman said on YouTube that he believes that those who invest in projects built on Cardano can make sizeable profits.

“It does feel as if there’s a sea change on the horizon here, and that Cardano is not only going to start shipping, but that the projects and ecosystems that will be built over there are set to have Solana-like, Polkadot-like, BSC-like (Binance Smart Chain) gains, and that means that those who invest early in the right projects will most likely experience some serious parabolic gains.”

At the moment of writing this article, ADA is trading in the green, and the coin is priced at $1.77.

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